Exquisite Interior Wood Designed Homes

Cedar Haven is an airy, open, split-level home that makes the most out of the cedar timber that surrounds the property.
Cedar Haven is an airy, open, split-level home that makes the most out of the cedar timber that surrounds the property.

The Northwest United States is quite literally the great north woods, and regional architecture is quick to bring this point home. Nowhere else in the United States will you find the variety of interior wood designed homes showcased in Washington, Oregon and surrounding states. The vast forests provide a ample supply of high-quality timber just waiting to become someone’s home. Once you’ve decided a wood designed home is what you’re looking for, you can let the designers and architects at Gelotte Hommas Architecture help you choose the features you want and bring them to life.

While we’re proud to have designed many traditional and contemporary style homes with a Northwest motif, we’re especially proud of our Unique Portfolio. One of our favorite interior wood designed homes is the Cedar Haven.

Cedar Haven is an airy, open, split-level home that makes the most out of the cedar timber that surrounds the property. The front of the home features two stories of pane windows that allow people in the main room to view the beautiful scenery, and people on the outside to take in the large spiral staircase and other outstanding wood features inside the Cedar Haven.

The best interior wood designed homes incorporate as many wood features as possible into every facet of the architecture and highlights. In the case of Cedar Haven, we feel we’ve set a new level of wood design excellence. From the exposed ceiling rafters and molding around the large rock fireplace, to the centerpiece spiral staircase, wood, wood and more wood is what you see.

Take a minute to admire the woodwork of Cedar Haven and browse other homes in our Unique portfolio. Then, when you’re ready to start designing your Northwest wood home, let us know.

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